How I Plan the Week in my Hobonichi Cousin Planner & a Free Printable Planner Sticker Kit for you!
As we’re about a month into the new year, I’ve been settling into a planning routine with my Hobonichi Cousin planner. Today, I’m sharing how I plan a week in my Hobonichi Cousin, along with a free printable sticker kit for you! Let’s dive into my weekly planning process.
My Weekly Planning Process in my Hobonichi Cousin Planner
Starting a fresh new weekly page in my Hobonichi Cousin is such a great feeling! My weekly planning starts with writing the most important tasks for each day across the top of the page. These are the events I know need to get done on a specific day, such as project due dates, bills due, when shop orders should go out, and anything else that must be done at a specific day.
I’ll also write in meetings that are planned ahead of time, at the designated time slot. Next, I’ll place a washi sticker or draw a line horizontally around midnight on the time table. Below that line, I like to track daily progress that I make on my goals. This has been so motivating, as it is challenging me to make sure I do something every day to move the needle on my goals!
In the lefthand sidebar, I’ll list tasks that should be done that week but are not day specific. If I have extra space, I will track habits, list gratitude, or decorate with stickers.
Once I’ve done those things, I’m all set up for the week. The rest of the page will be filled in day by day as I go. The vertical timed columns of the Hobonichi Cousin are great for tracking my work projects to see what I’m focused on each day. I like to choose one matching sticker kit for each week so I can use coordinating stickers to note events throughout the week, and decorate wherever I have blank areas.
Printable Planner Stickers for Hobonichi Cousin
And that brings me to sharing my most fun freebie yet. It’s a printable planner sticker set, sized for the Hobonichi Cousin weekly spread. The download includes print & cut files for Silhouette and Cricut cutting machines. So, you can print and cut your own Virgo and Paper planner stickers at home!
I hope you enjoy planning the week in your Hobonichi Cousin with this sticker kit, and enjoy a peek into how these stickers look in my own planner.
This is the first time I’ve created a printable planner sticker set, so if you decide to try them out, I’d love to hear your feedback! You can tag me in a photo on Instagram at @virgoandpaper so I can see the stickers in action. Or, leave a comment below and let me know your thoughts. I can’t wait to see these stickers in your planner!